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    Moonta (S.A.) Mine declared dividend of 10s. Seeing the comet in daytime is the latest sensation. Mr. Trickett is to move his anti-Wolverene motion ...

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    SIR,-In your issue of 9th inst. there appears a paragraph, headed "Great Strike in the Iron Trades," in which it is stated that something like 1000 men, "representing every branch" of the iron trades are ...

    Article : 166 words
  4. Marine Board.

    The usual weekly meeting of the Marine Board was held yesterday afternoon. Present-Captains Hixson (president), Robertson, Jenkins, M'Lean, and Broomfield. LOSS OF THE MERCHANTMAN. ...

    Article : 391 words
  5. The Anti-Sabbatarian Petition.

    Armidale is not half-hearted in endorsing the action taken by one of its representatives in the public interest. Although, except as a matter of principle, the people of New England can have no ...

    Article : 86 words
  6. Notes on Current Events.

    The people of Albury can scarcely be described as a sleepy population. They have, indeed, demonstrated many a time and oft the fact that they are, at least in most matters, a particularly ...

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  7. Action Against a Corporation.

    The action of Sinclair v. the Corporation of Paddington was concluded yesterday before his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Forbes and a Jury of four. The plaintiff alleged that the defendants, in making ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. Tenders Accepted.

    The following tenders have been accepted by the Government:-Glenmore-road public school, new buildings, G. W. Lander; Fullerton Cove public school, weathershed, J. R. Rodgers: Yarra public ...

    Article : 52 words
  9. The Resumption Cases.

    The action of Street and another v. the Minister for Works, which commenced on Friday, was concluded yesterday afternoon before his Honor the Chief Justice and a jury of four, at Darlinghurst. ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. Chilled Meat.

    A sale of chilled beef and mutton was held at Glebe Island on Thursday last. A Bell and Coleman's dryair chilling apparatus has been erected, and the Government, with a view of testing it, purchased 25 ...

    Article : 97 words
  11. Ranelagh Ashore Again.

    The A.S.N. Co. are having exceedingly ill-luck with their new steamer Ranelagh, for a telegram was received from Bowen this morning stating that she had struck on a reef on the north side of the entrance to Bowen this ...

    Article : 491 words
  12. Two Men Drowned.

    Yesterday a large fishing boat was capsized just outside the Heads. The accident was observed by the captain of the Watson's Bay steamer Indignant, who at once steamed to the scene of the disaster. ...

    Article : 154 words
  13. The Painters' Dispute.

    A correspondent writes us at considerable length on the subject of the present strained relations existing between masters and men. He maintains that the men are justly entitled to the advance, their ...

    Article : 72 words
  14. Latin and Greek.

    Says Herbert Spencer:-Throughout his after career, a boy, in nine cases out of ten, applies his Latin and Greek to no practical purpose. The remark is trite that in his shop, or his office, in ...

    Article : 108 words
  15. A Violent Constable.

    At the Water Police Court on Friday William Hird, a police constable, was charged, before Mr. Buchanan, S.M., with assaulting Mrs. Catherine Bergin, the wife of the licensee of the Ship Hotel ...

    Article : 399 words
  16. 'Bus Accident.

    The rivalry between opposition 'buses in the matter of cleanliness and punctuality is to be commended, but no more objectionable practice can be imagined than that of racing; the only results, if nothing ...

    Article : 171 words
  17. The Comet.

    The novelty of seeing a comet in broad daylight is one not often enjoyed; in fact, those who know, say such a thing has not been seen since 1843. The present mysterious visitor, however, can be readily seen ...

    Article : 551 words
  18. The Iron Trades' Dispute.

    Upon inquiry this morning we find that the position of affairs still remains unaltered. An application made to the Australasian Institute of Marine Engineers for pecuniary assistance came up for discussion ...

    Article : 328 words
  19. To-Night's Parliament.

    Judging by the ease with which it passed all previous stages, there is not likely to be any obstacle to Mr. Trickett's Guarantees Amendment Bill formally passing its third ...

    Article : 225 words
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  21. A Tale of the Sea.

    A canny Scot, who by trade is a "salt," has been twice had by Neptnno's freaks. Some years ago, while on the Logan, in Queensland, he posted an important letter to a relative in Glasgow. He left ...

    Article : 239 words

    SIR,-I observed by a paragraph in your issue of the 15th that a deputation, consisting of Aldermen Whiting, Hearne, and Madge, and Messrs. Kent, Ryan, and Winkle, waited upon the Honorable the ...

    Article : 461 words
  23. The Premier's Health.

    The health of Sir Henry Parkes continues to improve, and he is doing quite as well as could be wished. This morning he occupied his office and transacted a considerable amount of business. He ...

    Article : 46 words
  24. The Glebe Tramway Again.

    We are informed that on Saturday night last no trams were ran between 9.15 and 10.30 to Forest Lodge or Glebe Point, and that shortly after the latter hour two tramcars more run at the one time to ...

    Article : 393 words
  25. Action Against the Government.

    Yesterday the action of Lackey v. the Commissioner for Railways was tried before the Chief Justice and a jury of fora at Darlinghurst. The plaintiff, Mr. John George Lackey, is a son of the ...

    Article : 330 words
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